EthnoCine exists on the fringes of the ethnographic and the cinematic. As media/visual anthropologists, we tread the implicit boundary between aesthetic theorizing and media practice. As filmmakers, we move beyond journalistic exposé, combining the cinematic techniques of verité and sensory ethnography with the collaborative tools of ethno-fiction and anthropology partagée. While our work spans continents (from Palestine to Chile, Burma/Myanmar to Haiti), it shares a common point of departure: a desire to center the interpretive, the subjective and the political through the sensory imagination of the ethnographic eye/camera.